Big Boeing Customer Says It Is Walking Away From New MAX Order

Ryanair, the plane maker’s biggest customer outside of the U.S., had been in talks with Boeing over the past 10 months for a fresh order of 737 MAX 10s, but the negotiations ended over a pricing dispute.

Chinese Tech Giant JD.com Founder Richard Liu to Step Back From Daily Business

The e-commerce company named its first president while facing tougher competition and a widening regulatory crackdown by Beijing.

Storm’s damage might boost support for more aggressive climate policy, experts hope

Electric fences found to protect beach-nesting birds from dog-walkers

Measures at Holme-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, hailed a success after strong breading season and return of flora

Join us on October 1: ‘Another Year of Weather Extremes: Outliers … or Omens?’ with meteorologist Jeff Masters

Social cost of plastic pollution more than GDP of India

The pollution, emissions and clean-up costs of plastic produced in 2019 alone could be $3.7 trillion, according to a report.

London protests show climate activism isn’t just for the Greta Thunberg generation

During protests in London over the past two weeks, there have been quite a few gray heads in the crowd — the “gray greens,” as one BBC presenter called them.

Drought in Western Canada drives up food costs for restaurants already hurt by pandemic

Widespread drought in the Canadian Prairies is driving up commodity prices, leaving restaurants to contend with a higher cost of doing business.

Counties most concerned about climate change in Alabama

‘No point in anything else’: Gen Z members flock to climate careers

Colleges offer support as young people aim to devote their lives to battling the crisis